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How about the deaths?

They've been mostly between 20-40 deaths per day for a month. There's no sharp increase there. Texas has one of the lowest deaths per 1M in the country, despite being the 2nd most populous state and having 4 major cities.
 

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They've been mostly between 20-40 deaths per day for a month. There's no sharp increase there. Texas has one of the lowest deaths per 1M in the country, despite being the 2nd most populous state and having 4 major cities.

The 7 day moving average is as high as its been.
 

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Seems like a lot people in the hospital for a place that never had a first wave
 

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Gang, let's keep this thread Alex Bereson Tweet/discussion related. No random graphs or arguments please. There are plenty of other #VirusPorn threads.

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He was warning of CV19 in February; however he actually analyzed the data and his position has evolved- unlike most of the #VirusPorn media.
You can tell when JTF loses the argument when he goes to the Fox card. LOL

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I don’t think he analyzes anything. He’s just like many that pick and choose info that helps his stance. He’s also wrong very often.

 

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I don’t think he analyzes anything. He’s just like many that pick and choose info that helps his stance. He’s also wrong very often.

Shocking- someone who picks and chooses to support a position. And he not wrong often. Silly post.

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Quite the defense of Berenson's tweets to say they can't be proven wrong because they're subjective.

Here's another place there was no wave:

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That's a lot of nursing home deaths. Is that a wave? Were hospitals overrun there? If no, then was it a wave? What's a wave? You've yet to define what it is. But of course you've already proven yourself right, without defining a baseline that is universally accepted. I wish I could live in a world like that.
 

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Unreal.

Ford County Kansas has 8 deaths - that's a US hot spot!
Colfax in Nebraska -1 death
Dakota in Nebraska - 1 death
Troutsdale Tenn -4 deaths
Bledsoe Tenn- 1 deaths
Lake, Tenn - 0 deaths
 

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Unreal.

Ford County Kansas has 8 deaths - that's a US hot spot!
Colfax in Nebraska -1 death
Dakota in Nebraska - 1 death
Troutsdale Tenn -4 deaths
Bledsoe Tenn- 1 deaths
Lake, Tenn - 0 deaths
how desperate do you have to be? No first wave huh!? Well, then explain these 500 cases in a tiny county!
 

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Unreal.

Ford County Kansas has 8 deaths - that's a US hot spot!
Colfax in Nebraska -1 death
Dakota in Nebraska - 1 death
Troutsdale Tenn -4 deaths
Bledsoe Tenn- 1 deaths
Lake, Tenn - 0 deaths


By this logic, it's quite apparent that the United States has the worst COVID outbreak in the entire world since we have the most deaths.
 

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By this logic, it's quite apparent that the United States has the worst COVID outbreak in the entire world since we have the most deaths.
I wouldn’t be questioning other peoples’ logic with the evidence of hot spots in small counties.

How many small counties in the US are you excluding in your analysis?
 

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By this logic, it's quite apparent that the United States has the worst COVID outbreak in the entire world since we have the most deaths.
Deaths per million in those counties would still be very low. What percentage of anything is zero?

The worst outbreaks are almost all in blue areas- own it, lock down boy.
 
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